These 32 generative images (used as the background of this site) were inspired by the previous 16 Crystalline HTML Structures, use a custom OpenGL application, written in openFrameworks, to render generative patterns. The application (Github link) can also output Postscript vector files for high-resolution print output.
All Images after the jump.
Continue reading “Structures Redux”
First install Imagemagick with Homebrew with
brew install imagemagick
$> mkdir frames
$> ffmpeg -i movie.mov -r 30 frames/$image%03d.jpg
$> convert frames/*.jpg anim.gif
View on Codepen: http://codepen.io/camb416/pen/YPvpLz
Download the 287 megapixel original [23MB ZIP]
At what age are Artists’ works accessioned by museums? This fluidly-interactive visualization looks for patterns.
Continue reading “Artists for the Ages”
Using openFrameworks to visualize the volumes of sculpture volumes in 3D.
This visualization led to the discovery (and subsequent correction) of bad data in the museum’s collections system, namely in the tallest piece, which is actually not tall at all. Video after the jump.
Continue reading “Shape of a Sculpture Collection”
Animating through 1,438 Guggenheim Collection API Images yields the answer.
The flattest work (by aspect ratio of image) is James Rosenquist’s The Swimmer in the Econo-mist (painting 1), while the skinniest is Morris Louis’ #48.
Average Aspect Ratio of Artworks from Cameron Browning on Vimeo.